March 25, 2023

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Sao Paulo team: The team traveled to Curitiba with ten absentees |  Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo team: The team traveled to Curitiba with ten absentees | Sao Paulo

a Sao Paulo He has more problems to face Coritiba, on Thursday, at 20, away from home, for the Brazilian Championship. In addition to the confirmed absences of Nicao, Gabriel Sara, Tales Costa and Alisson, Rogerio Ceni will not be able to count on Gabriel Neves, Moreira and Andres Colorado.

The first two had medical issues in training on Wednesday. Gabriel Neves, a potential player, felt pain in his left calf. Moreira, in turn, suffered a sprained left ankle.

There was still an expectation that Andres Colorado would be on his trip to Curitiba, but the steering wheel has yet to recover 100% from his thigh injury. He even trained with the team on Wednesday, but the committee decided to keep him.

Rogerio Ceni in Sao Paulo training – Photo: Sao Paulo FC

Besides the injured, the coach will also not have defender Arboleda who serves the Ecuadorean team, and Peraldo and Cayo, who were called up to participate in the tournament with the Brazilian under-20 team, available.

In this way, Rogerio Ceni will have ten absences due to the confrontation against Paraná and the problems of determining the lineup.

probably Sao Paulo For fencing: Jandry, Diego Costa, Miranda and Leo; Rafinha, Rodrigo Nestor, Patrick, Igor Gomez, Wellington; Luciano (Eder) and Gallery.

Tricolor is looking for its first victory away from its home in this Brazilian city. The team has five games, with four draws and one defeat outside Morumbi. Therefore, Rogerio Ceni’s team will face the best home team in the competition.

With 14 points, the Sao Paulo It is sixth place.

Rafinha in training for Sao Paulo – Photo: Sao Paulo FC

Igor Gomes in Sao Paulo training – Photo: Sao Paulo

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